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DJ Obi, DJ Lambo, others thrill Lagos funseekers at Margarita Festival

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Fun seekers had a great time at the anticipated Magarita Festival which held at Landmark beach, Lagos, on Saturday.

Renowned Disk Jockeys- DJ Lambo, DJ Poppaey, DJ Obi and DJ Tgarbs- were on hand to dish out countless hits and classics to the delight of the audience.

The event hosts, Sheye Banks and Ada Ohh, were just the perfect match.

While taking shots of premium Margaritas, tequila-based drinks and eating easy finger foods, celebrities, fans, and guests got to party and play a variety of board and party games.
The festival, which was sponsored by Vbank, also featured performances from top artists like Avala, Fave, Ruger and more.

Also in attendance were popular video jockey and TV Personality; VJ Adams, The Beat FM Morning Rush OAP; Adaeze Mokaeze, YouTubers and TikTok couple; Henry and Kaityln Agassi and many others.

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